ECP works with emergency medicine groups throughout the country to provide world-class resources designed to support physicians and advanced practice providers. As a partner to these practices, we leverage our national reach to ensure they have the competitive resources to position their emergency department teams for continued success in today’s competitive healthcare environment.
So if you are considering making a change in your current emergency department provider group, let’s talk. We can be your sounding board as you navigate your options, and we can work together to find the right solution for your emergency department and your current emergency medicine providers. Together, we can support your community’s needs and facilitate the continued success of your hospital for years to come.
Physician engagement is crucial to driving better processes, improving patient care, and improving the patient experience. Our ownership model at ECP drives a culture of engagement that is led by physicians with an acute understanding of both emergency medicine and business strategy.
The private practice mindset allows physicians to share the same goal as their hospital partners, to deliver timely-high quality patient care. Most hospital admissions present through the Emergency Department, and the ED has been nicknamed the “front door of the hospital.” Having a group of ED providers who are equally as interested in the hospital’s well-being guarantees that this vital patient population receives timely-high quality care that will lead them to choose the same facility time and time again for their care and the care of their families.
Do NOT use this form to send patient billing, legal, or medical requests, please contact the group using the phone number as it appears on your bill. Messages are for inquiries about Emergency Care Partners, its affiliated partner groups, and services Emergency Care Partners and its affiliated partner groups provide to their client facilities. Do not send a message for an emergency or inquiries about medical conditions. Call 911 or go to the closest emergency room right away if someone is unconscious, having trouble breathing, has a serious injury, or may be having a heart attack.